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Speech by Mr Carmichael [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

Speech by Mr Carmichael Mr Carmichacl, M.L.A., spoke 011 Mon day evening iti front of Kerr's Hotel on ■ behalf of Mr Toui Brown, M.H.R. This gentleman is recognised as one of the ablest exponents of the State Labor I'arty, and he held the keen interest of the meet ing throughout. ' A Sacrkd Dutv. Referring to the duty of every person to record a vote f.ir one side or the other, the speaker impressed 0:1 his audience the long drawn battle of centuries for the privilege of voting by ballotand universal suffrage.' And by way of example, he said, I want to remind you of the story that came from Uallarat a few months ago. Women were granted the franchise for the first time, and electors, rights were issued. An old woman over seventy years of age called 011 the postmaster fo; her right. 'Sign your namej. here, madam,' said he. 'Must I sign',?' slit asked. ' May I make my mark? I never had the chance to learn tJ write when 1 was a : girl ?' ' I'm sorry, madam, my instructions are definite ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
H.M.'S. AIRSHIPS IN WARFARE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

kM.'S. AIRSHIPS IN WARFARE. Major B. JJacion-Po well writes in the "Daily Alail" on 3rd Septem ber:— . That immense strides have been made by the English authorities in the development of the airship as a useful fighting machine is undoubted, ; and'jthe . announcement • in Saturday's " Daily, Mail", gives a pretty good idea of what is being done in this direction. I have seen the'■ airship, under the care of Colonel Capper, but I can not,, of course, divulge the secrets of its construction. It is sufficient to say that I have seen the French and German creations of the same kind, and I think that we are not being left behind by the foreigners. THE COMING OF THE PETROL engine. The French first brought out a dirigible balloon about 1882, which was a wonderful success, considering all things, but rafter working it for several years they dropped it for some reason, and have not done any thing more with it until now. Pro bably thoy were unable to hit on means of improvement before. One t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Ejections. (CONTRIBUTED) MATTERS FOR LIBERAT ELECTORS TO CONSIDER. "TURN DOWN" SOCIALISTIC LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

The Federal Ejections. ■ (cO.VTIilDUTHn). MATTEK3 FOR MHKIJAL ELEC . TU1W TO CONSIDKR. ' " TlilfN' DOWN" friCIAI-I-TIC lAn'iUli. Avi'i 1 ' n« yiiu would !i; iIm- ir.»h nml pnrly wlio stand fur <: in ti'diti'Mi. Tli" campaign of Ili'vIj'Vlioiit' I'ui'ly cuii-i-ts nmslly of e!np-tr:i]). !) >n't I'm inl'irprctation of tlieir puliilv frnr.i ilinir scli.'iitwl candidates, hut From their published official plat fnrin and !i~t of nl'jtiotivfia. Tho.so .■■illy iii-it luirhoritativo and tlmy (lis (,'ioso I ho roul.intent of iho •Souialistio |»ropi*iSivo vouv hoaios and liri-siili-s liy v.tint' down the standard bi.'iui'r.s of. Snuiali-ilic Tinhour. 'TUB i.AN-0 v.vn I.VAM-'ATI'IX OJUI'Ci'lVE Tli" K'-'dunlpd Ij iiid 'I'iix of Social i*!iu IviUouv is tlm inisnl step in thfcir "oii» slop iit ii -lium" movement, t''win ds iIip (:'iiii|ilpfo iiiitionaHz'iiion of III'I lund-i (if tlio ''OomnionwMnll.il. 'JOiSoliitely V'lfn tin iii.iVrtiii.Mit down, CONFISCATION' — KOT.TIOSBVl* llli.tU...

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PIRACY AND SLAVERY. TWENTIETH CENTURY EVILS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

PIRACY AND SLAVERY. . TWENTIETH CENTURY EVILS It is fit and proper that the pre vailing epidemic of treasure-hunting should synchronise with epidemics. of piracy and slave-trading.- These little things lend color and character to ,the twentieth century and tone down its exuberant modernity. ' Imagine the delight of the school boy, fed up on the adventures of Captain TCidd and t'ho exploits of the Spanish and Algcrinc pirates, on learning from the newspapers that the ocean by-ways still teem with ttticcanoers, and that slave dhows are still fleeing before their pursuers with hatches down and canvais spread to the wind. A few days ago Hauler's Rome cor respondent telegraphed a message the terms of which might have been ap propriate to Captain Kidd's pirat'i cal Red Sea expedition in 1096. " The cruiser Aretusa," ho wired, " has been ordered to 'the Bed Sea to co-opcrate with British warships in the suppression of the slave trade." Such co-operation is needed, for the capture cf slaves...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

4 MAN'S WONDERFUL LETTER. Hundreds oS Living Wit nesses to the Value of / A Nerve Remedy. / i A 6LIMPSE OF HOSPITAL LIFE FRO!* COROWA, N. S.WALES. / It is not often the general /publio lias a. chance of reading a letter like fcho' ouo here published, but it /gives a glimpse of human suffering in 4nd out of hospitals. ■ Mr. Patrick Dowrms was formerly a resident of Corowa, N.S.AV., and is now of Ituthcrglcn, Victoria, but he suffered as few suffer in this world,/ and after long periods of pain lie cuied himself by that great nerve and bl(/od medicine, Clemcnt3 Tonic. Let ey.'eryonc read ; this remarkable letter. /Surely all the world should read it, so ichat humanity may benefit. Mr. lib w lies writes. 13/10/09f Clements Tonic, Lt/d. . '' With sincere tha/nks I write, hop ing you will bo spfared a long life with health and pilospority to cure many sufferers ,vy,ifJh your' valuable tonic as yoy. ^iiive cured, ino. I have boon a jJutferer for two . years' 'with stoiruic>Si troublo, ...

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SULPHURIC ACID IN SOUP. A ROMAN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

SULPHURIC ACID IN SOUP. A ROMAN TRAGEDY. The population of Ronie has been shocked (writes the correspondent of the London "Daily Mail") on 5th September, by the attempt of a beautiful young girl named Madflalena Stocchi, aged fifteen, to murder her. father and a woman friend by putting sulphuric acid In their soup.. . The attempt was fortunately frustrited by. a neighbor who was paying a visit to the family, and, noticing a strong smell, discovered its origin. The gin when arrested confessed to the crime, arid expressed regret at its failure. The Italian Press compares the fair criminal .to Lucrezla Borgia, whose crimes in the fifteenth century are said to have rivalled those of. her brother Caesar, the poisoner. - y

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE BRITISH SOVEREIGN. HIS REAL POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE BRITISH SOVEREIGN. I HIS REAL POWER. " It was the sincere belief of a cer tain school of political theorists not long ago that the Monarchy in .Eng land was a spent force," declares the *' Daily Telegraph. "■'-The King can do no wrong,' said these rather shal low thinkers, ' but he can do no right: for in the English Constitu tion he can do nothing at all.'; Ma jesty in the United Kingdom, they opined, represented the pomp and circumstance,but no longer the, power and prestige, of Royalty. "■ | " That'was a very superficial and ; childish view of the actual state of ; adairs. It would be easy to -reply ! to these theorisors that the' Sqve-• reign, in a limited Monarchy like j ours, possesses as much power as | any potentate ought to possess who j cannot bo called to'account for its < exercise ; and ; it , would bo 110 less : easy to show how in the long reign of: Queen Victoria the Sovereign had ; again and again exerted. a restrain- t ing or inspiring influence, in n...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE OPEN WINDOW. A HOMELY CAUSERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE OPEN WINDOW. A HOMELY CAtTSERIE. "Anthony Rowley" -writes. In the "Glasgow Herald":— I have my small contribution to make to one of the hardy perennials, the deathless topics of this journal — the householder and the flat system. It 13 mine to treat of 'the mkldleclass French man as he is housed in Paris; the class that corresponds with that at home, whose members claim abatement under Schedles (D) and (E), and who live In terraces and commodious villas. 1 In former visits to Paris, wc have of ten been royally entertained by French men, but always at some restaurant or cal'e; during this sojourn we have for the first time received the warm hospi tality of several French homes. The French—by their own confession— are not given to much homo hospitality to strangers. Men of this middle class In Paris usually live in a small "ap-, partment" of from four to six rooms, to which is attached ithe merest dot of a' kitchen or cooking cupboard. On her regular days, Madame receives her' fri...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE BEEKEEPER. FEEDING THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE BEEKEEPER. FEEDING THE COLONIES. In regard to the feeding of bees, which la sometimes necessary at this time of tile year, Mr Dadant, one of the most ex perienced and practical apiarists in America, states:—The early feeding of weak colonies is a stone in the path of the apiarist, over which he will surely stumble if he is not very cautious. This can probably be proved by hundreds of beekeepers. When we supply the bees with combs of honey sealed, an." in good shape, there is no excitement. In a few minutes they have taken possession, and see no need of hurrying to consume it. But when 'warm feed is given, it acts u'pon them exactly as a crop of honey coming suddenly into existence.' They become so eiat:d by the 'And,' that all restraint is thrown aside as they spread 'the good news abroad, and not only stir up t:-.elr own colony, but seem, eager to arouse 'he neighborhood. If the weather be cold, many "oees will perish that have strayed too far away. If it is warm, the buzz and ...

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A VICAR'S SHOOTING. WAS THE BURGLAR HIT? A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

A VICAR S SHOOTING. WAS THE BURG1.A.K HIT A STRANGE STORY, The Eev. Forbes Phillips, vicar o£ Gor teston, told a "Dally Mail" representa tive on 19th September how he kept a watch by night in St. Andrew's Church yard and shot at two burglars-^o£ whom nothing has since been heard—who, ha thinks, intended to rob .the collection boxes or steal the pre-U2Co.raa.tlon plate, of.great value, In the church. p "After the Sunday evening service," said Mr Phillips, "X slipped a bulldog re volver in my pocket and went to the churchyard to watch. It was a fearful night of wind and ralu; I was speedily drcnchod to the skin. 1 had tried to In duce the police to fot a watch, hut owing to an ancient legend that the ghost of an old Abbot perambulates the church yard, not a man; wciuld undertake the Job. The standing tombstones and high grass made splendid cover., for any in-, truders, and J walked about several times, keeping a careful watch. "About a quarter to one X saw two men rise above the wall ...

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THE JUDGING OF CHAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

Judging Chaff. THiii JUDGING OF CHAFF. A close acquaintance with the market requirements is of paramount necessity for the producer of any article, natural or manufactured, and in the keenness of modern compe tition, the man'who fails to closely watch the needs, of the : buyer must inevitably go under. ; The English mariufacturer';'is-<r-GT;cdijted- with a stubborn dislike to altering his long established methods, while the Ameri can and German base a good deal of their success upon the readiness with which' they conform to the whims and vagaries of the ..local consumer. While this fact is all-important in the world's commerce it is scarcely less so in the market to which the' farmer sends his produce. Be the supply plentiful or scanty^ there is always a substantial divergence be tween the prices paid for the mediocre and the best, and the man who devotes careful attention to the smallest details is the one who must gain in the long run. One of the products to which in su...

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HAUSTION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

,'-IAXTSTION. RT. h! >>«'" Uikon f«» selcet for the t "n' e" <*n iicli p:iin<l []Jon I tiio /.! ad*,;T'" fill ' s°ouJ. 'fof "leaATE. (i.i / I'f'ioves not '.V ni Hie diiy '•.'i-o ,'nrna jjji . rising W "-fioii w md h", >1 tor !"'{£"« of tfto *'£>' i' some "'itwshjjj.m'g liio turns of ^liB/'oration itff,!11 nil Af,i feudal olhnrn ulii, k|«ot?mobf,e tion of >tion dc d be op. -•tion will ' ""n mote ts-' out, it f'P 'iHSt ibinff 0). isti-liction I'frnlt. u-itli 't form I'Jr p.\-porls 'nit wo VK'«' tiiat nf a ny -Tar otlor le,-Fully id! »J>f)rec/ -molt, run.*' 's the IX, f' r'n'°rlc 'V°'-tr>nty that in I-'and the ijpur3 tissue. |'\ o;'1^ sood, III1,! r roads, '.-fhways • to an '*" A-Bh'ji'1"1 and Jr tJ*0 U'ij. ' u'onor's I'll is pt of

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THE SMART SET AGAIN. HORSE PLAY AT COUNTRY HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE SMART SET AGAIN. HORSE-PI... AY AT COUNTRY : HOUSES. "When Father Vaughan attacks a cer tain set for their tendency towards "horse-play at country houses," he by no means exaggerates (says a writer In "Vanity Fair.") The country house season is now in lull swing, and the play which is some times indulged in is, in many 'cases. merely1 ot a rough and boyish descrip tion, says the writer, .who instances (tin case oC the guests at a certain house playing leap-frog in the hall after din ner. The hostess bore a great name, find many of the gues'f were well known men and women fljlte^iety. But leap-frog is a ■ c-*» ®B^*';!;cait re finement and emlner compared with othe; monts which hove writer's own notice. two instances:— ^ A girl well-known i ing circle told me thalvan with some people, am the billiard-room, a it / :ss when Wuud muse the ng are Prncip l. Ne in, ot, hunt her and said, "Do let __ ■Miss'X. I will carry /stQ trying to o'ner, jn m f' lip to h you, room." There were wef5*...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

Local Togsics. Mr Geo. Marshall, auctioneer, re ports having sold on account of Mr ,T. Clyburn an allotment of laud in Cano windra to Mr S. Parker ; on account, of Mr R L ing-300 mixed weavers to Mr F. G. ftoothman • on -account Messrs Wright Bros. 900 mixed weaners, Mr Marshall being the pur chaser. All at satisfactory prices. Mr Jos. Jones has shown us a sample of self-sown wheat which is growing on his Gum Crook property, Nyrang Creek. The-crop is about. 2ft high, fairly thiol?, and out in ear. But for the long stubble it could be cut for &ay At the Pastoral .and Finance Oo'h wool sales wo notice Messrs Dickey Bros., of Oauowiudra, obtained lljd; |)or lb for first aud second aierino wool. A meeting of the local P. A. and IT. Association will b« hold to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon. Tho business to be transacted includes the appoint ment of a secretary, and (o receive a deputation from tlio local Jock«j- Olub regarding, a scheme for amalgamating the Showground and Eacecours...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Eugowra News. (From our Corespondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

Eugowra Nev/s. (From our Coi respondent). • The weather continur-a dry.. Itiiu] is wanted in itiituv qiitirtci'H for domes tic purpuh^H, and although |ilou<;hiii£ - in |iinci-fcdiiig iijuico a piud fiill ofraiu would iicceluinU) operation:) uud otliur vviso bo very ucct'jiuihlo, <PoMTlOfl. : Mr Oarraiclidol, M L.A., nddrcssod 11 public meeting- hero IrtHt 'L'uoiduy ni^lit .in t.liH School of Arts, • Mi'i Uouglns occupied the chair, fiud there! whs a l.nyo/ntiendiiuce prosi'iit. Mr' (Jui'iiiohit(;l, who.. ti|iukfl on holm If of Mr Tote IJrown, .M.![.Lt,, dealt fully with, the iifcH*t<nv £'>r a graduated. tint! tux.or mime otliHrmtmns nf mite-' 1 mg land availably us.u condition (iriir • 1 [indent to a vigorous , immigration '• policy. The fact ili.'it a quarter of a ' million votws could ho pluc^d 011 tlio 1 Iniid now hold liy *JOi) (iuo(i!h was;it sufficient guarantee against any snf> pnHuU'CiiiitisCiiiury aims of the Labor Puny, The speaker ex...

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Hospital Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

Hosjssta! testing. In pursuance of n notice in the "Star" a meeting was hold in the local hall on Wednesday afternoon last, to consider the advisability of establishing a public hospital' for. Canowindia. and district. There were presont :—.Rev. P J Doran and Messrs T .[ Finn, J Boyd, R T Ang win,. Stun; Parker, [.lornce Junes. Dr. Onhill, C Parnell, P Kenny, V Blatchv f«»rd, E M Finn, J •Jj'oley,- H Jieny and M ra Krthle. An apnlugy fur non aliendance whs received from Mr. J Bror.herton. . The Rev. P J Doran was voted to •the chair N The Chairman staled the ohj 'ct of the meeting, and • then invited dis cussion by those present. Several members expressed the disappointment they felt at the very small attendiuice,' and especially at the absence of country people. Still, it was stated that most people in the .country .'thai had been spoken to in rtgard to the matter were entirely in la vor of the movement. Mr. Parker, one of the prime movers in the mutter, read letters he had ob tain...

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VERNER'S PRIDE... (Illustrated by Harold Piffard.) CHAPTER I—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

verner's' Pride ... BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. (Illustrated by Harold Piffard.) CHAPTER [—(Continued). Slio pricked hcrsclf:with one of the needles," said John, tak ing the explanation upon himself, " and then said I did it." Mrs. Vcrner looked from one t.o the other. Rachel had turned quite pale. John laughed ; lie knew his mother did not believe him. " Thij truth i3, mother, I began teasing Rachel about her admirer, Luke.. It made her angry." . '■ What absurdity! " exclaimed Mrs. Vomer testily,' to Rachel. "My opinion is, you would have done well to encourage Luke. He was steady and respectable ; and old Roy must have saved plenty of money." Rachel burst into tears. " What now ! " cried Mrs. Ver ner. " Not a word can anybody say to you lately. Rachel, but you must beiiin to cry as if you wore heart-broken. /What has come to you, child ? Is anything the mat ter with you ? The tears deepened into long sobs of agony, as though her heart were indeed broken. She held her handkerchief up to he...

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CHAPTER II. THE WILLOW POND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

CHAPTER II. The Willow.Pond. Before the sun had well sot, the family at Vomer's Pride wore assembling for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Verner, and John Massing bird : neither Lionel Verner nor Frederick Ma'ssingbird were pre sent. The usual custom appeared somewhat reversed on this 'even ing':, .while roving John would, be just as likely to absent himself from dinner as not, his brother and Lionel Verner nearly always ap peared at it. Mr. Vetner looked surprised. " Where arc they •? " lie cried, ho waited to say grace. ''Jili:/ Lionel has not come in, sfr, ' replied the butler, Tynn^wlio was .husband to the housekeeper. " And Fred lias gone out to keep some engagement with Sibylla West,"-: spoke up Mrs. Verner. " She is going to spend the even ing at the Bittcrworths, and Fred promised, I believe, to see her Siifqly thither. Tie will take his dinner when he conies in." Mr. Verner bent his head, said the grace, and the dinner began. Later—but not much'later, for it was scarcely dark yct—Rach...

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FROM THE TRAIN. THE LADY LEAPED. SUDDEN MADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

FROM THE TRAIN. 'ti-ie LADY leaped. sudden,- madness. The corridor carriage seems decidedlj unfortunate (writes the "Daily Mail" of . 24th' September). An eminently desir able innovation, in: itself, it is the un witting cause of. death or injury to many people, who, unaccustomed to its use, open wrong doors or make false steps, while the suicide seems to like it. ■. The latest victim is. Miss .Mona, Jelli coe, who has been killed by jumping, from a corridor train on the Great Wt??- ' tern Railway. Miss Jellicoe,. who .was 2S years of age, belonged to Loveriton, near Totnes. Her family is well-known there, and occupies a good position, and her brother is a leading surgeon in the district. The ✓ young lady had been spending a fortnight or three weeks In : the neighborhod of London. There is. no record of suicide in the family, no tendency to" insanity,' and nothing, . so far as her relatives and friends are aware, has existed in the nature of a:' love affair which might, have tended ...

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PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION The American Consul at Mainz re ports that the city 'of Darmstadt has opened a museum devoted entirely to ■tuberculosis. It is hoped that by as sembling together evidence touching the disease the public will bo induced to pay greater attention, to sanitary: and hy gienic rules, and thus help to combat itsspreiid. The museum, by means of ^pictures, shows the symptoms of tuber cuiosis in every form, and also tho means adopted b.v medical scienee to check them. It is intended to be a\ travelling exhibition, and will be .taken through all the large centres .ofTpopula- :.. < tion in 'Germany, while a series. loC ex planatory lectures will be delivered ' wherever it makes a halt. TlieK> is .'nothing so absolutely -ruinous to the. complexion, as irritability.-: J1 I am'onc.' > ,

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